Trinity, salvation by grace through faith,etc.There will be at times disagreement inminor doctrines but when they meet inthe presence of God these minordifferences disappear. Such is the casefor the visible church,
The Westminster Confession of Faith
, Chapter XXV, Of theChurch, says:The purest churches under heaven aresubject both to mixture and error [I Cor.13:12; Rev. ch. 2-3; Matt. 13:24-30,47]; and some have so degenerated, asto become no churches of Christ, butsynagogues of Satan[Matt. 23:37-39;Rom. 11:18-22]. Nevertheless, thereshall be always a church on earth, toworship God according to his will.[Matt.16:18; Psa. 45:16-7; 72:17; Matt.28:19-20; I Cor. 15:51-52; I Thess.4:17]Now going back to
Times Square Church
in New York, it is a big congregation andthere are many attendees. Evenunregenerates go there, but though theyseem to be part of that localcongregation in the spiritual realm theyare not part of the invisible and universalBody of Christ for, not being a born-againperson, they are not made to drink thesame Spirit. They are just enlightenedperhaps by the Pastor who speaks sowell or the praise and worship that is sodynamic.